Hey guys, In the last few weeks, I’ve had my head stuck in a few games 24/7 (besides work, sleep, school and continuous doctor appointments… so maybe like 4 hours at the most). Here they are: Horizon Zero Dawn The Last Guardian ReCore What I WANT to play, on top of the above though consists … More What I’m Playing:
Throughout my childhood and most probably your own I was infatuated with movies, most specifically animated movies. Let’s be real for a moment, who isn’t? My love started with ‘Beauty and the Beast’, to us today the type of animation it is, is known as traditional animation (A.K.A cellbased) from then on I was hooked. … More Animator & Animation
Hey guys, Recently I filmed and uploaded a ReCore Collectors Edition unboxing video, Enjoy!!
Hey my little toadettes So I haven’t written in a while and that is contributed to laziness, a lack of motivation and mostly the sheer overwhelming burden the beginning of my senior year of high school has had on me. HOWEVER!!! I have recently got a camera and have been on a few trips to … More 2017 Up coming content?
Hey guys, Holidays are over and I’m back at school, I can’t believe I’m now in my senior year! Fudge. Anyway over the past 2 weeks I’ve bought 5 games and heading out this afternoon after class to probably buy more. I picked up Destiny, Ratchet and Clank and Fallout 4 all on PS4. I … More Game Haul?
Howl’s Moving Castle is a Japanese animated fantasy film, it was scripted and directed by Hayao Moyazaki, was animated by Studio Ghibli and was released in Japan on the 20th Novemeber 2004. Howls Moving Castle is set in a fantasy kingdom where both magic and technology live side by side. The kingdom is at … More Howl’s Moving Castle: Spoiler Review
Ori and the Blind Forest is a single player, platform – action-adventure video game. It was released on Xbox One and Windows and designed by Moon Studio and published by Microsoft. It was release on the Xbox One on the 11 of March 2015. On the same day, the following year a Definitive edition … More Ori and the Blind Forest: Game Review